|Model||Pro Fill Air Chuck|
|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 4 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||57-8602|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||57-8602|
Motion Pro Fill Air Chuck
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- Pivoting angled head design allows access to difficult-to-reach tire valves
- Unique design provides added hand clearance between filler and hot brake rotors
- Billet aluminum construction for light weight and precise fit and function
- 1/4in. NPT female inlet allows use of common air hose couplings and fittings
- Blue anodized finish with laser-engraved Motion Pro logo
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Pivoting angled head design allows access to difficult-to-reach tire valves Unique design provides added hand clearance between filler and hot brake rotors Billet aluminum construction for light weight and precise fit and function 1/4in. NPT female inlet allows use of common air hose couplings and fittings Blue anodized finish with laser-engraved Motion Pro logo Perfect complement for Motion Pro air gauges Patent pending.
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I ordered this based on the review in Motorcycle Consumer News and, uncharacteristically, I didn't read the Amazon reviews prior to placing the order. $32 is pretty steep for an air chuck, I thought, but if it performs as promised, it's worth it. I should have read the reviews, because like seemingly 90% or more of the reviewers, the 'pivoting' air chuck I received DOES NOT PIVOT. The problem may be a design that the Chinese labor is not consistently assembling correctly, but like everyone else, my pivoting head seems to be Loctited to the bolt and cannot pivot as a result. One guy posted how to completely disassemble the unit into it components, but I have this old-fashioned notion that when I pay this kind of money for a product, it should work correctly when I receive it. I guess it's just me. Anyway, hats off to Amazon for a quick and painless return process - I will try one more before giving up completely, because it is a cool idea and if I get one that works right, it will be a handy thing to have.
UPDATE: I returned the original unit and ordered another. Unit #2 works as it should - the bolt securing the head to the handle can be loosened slightly and the head can rotate. I added a little smear of silicone grease between the moving portions (handle, nylon washer, swiveling head, nylon washer, bolt) and now it works nicely and doesn't leak.
In response to a question, I added a video showing the range of motion.
I ride a 2016 Yamaha FZ-07, with stock aluminum wheels. I have a small standard angled air chuck, but since it has to be pressed onto the valve at an angle, my hand and even the air line press up against my bike's brake rotors and rear drive sprocket. I was really hesitant to get this. It's expensive and has a lot of bad reviews. But I took my chance, and thus far, it's working great!
My father was kind enough to donate a male fitting to attach to this chuck since it doesn't come with one. When I got the fitting attached and connected it to an air compressor, the chuck bled air through the valve opening. My father simply pushed the valve pin with his finger and the chuck has been airtight ever since.
It's been so much easier to inflate my bike's tires! It used to be something I dreaded, since I'm all dressed up to ride when I check my tires and am eager to get riding. This chuck has made it a lot easier to quickly inflate my tires and get going.
Would I recommend this though? I really can't give a concrete "Yes" or "No" here. I don't think anyone will dispute that this chuck is really expensive. It's flashy, sure, but given the number of bad reviews the quality of this chuck seems very hit-and-miss. I've got a plug in my rear tire from a nasty puncture last year, and the plug leaks a tiny bit when the bike sits unridden for days, which is often. While this chuck has made keeping my rear tire properly inflated easier, it's $31 I could have put towards a new rear tire. If you're fed up with using standard air chucks to inflate your tires, this chuck will make life easier for you. Just hope you get a good one!
Great product. Yep it’s worth the price!
Regarding the actual Motion Pro Air Chuck: Being 10x more expensive then a generic chuck I was not sure (~30 vs 3 bucks) but I figured I'd give it a shot. This thing is so much better then a standard chuck. Topping off motorcycle tires with big brake disks is no longer a fight. I'm considering getting a second one to adapt with my pressure gauge.